The Black Pearl 88 has been one of the most popular womens skis across all categories for the past several seasons. When something is that good, there is no need to change it. Unless you can make it even better, that is. Blizzard has done just that for the 2020-21 season. The Carbon Flipcore W.S.D., with its uni-directional carbon frame, has long impressed skiers with its ability to reduce weight without sacrificing performance. Blizzard builds on that technology with a few new additions, including TrueBlend technology, a reimagined woodcore design that uses wood stringers of different weights and stiffness in the areas of the ski that need them most. Heavier, stiffer Beech is used throughout the midsection of the ski to maximize power and stability, while lighter and softer poplar is used in the extremities of the ski, making turn initiation and engagement easier thanks to a more balanced flex pattern. The low weight, high-powered carver is now more appealing to an even wider range of skiers, if that is possible. Supremely quick edge-to-ege, with great stability, dampness, and torsional rigidity-- amplified by an extended mounting plate this season--makes the Black Pearl 88 an ideal all-mountain option for Eastern ladies, or for Western women who spend more of their time on trails. Similar skis: Elan Ripstick 88 W, Head Kore 93 W, Atomic Vantage 90 Ti W.
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